TSA Agents Find A CAT Inside Checked Bag At Airport!


Fauci did what Fauci does instead of providing thoughtful responses and advised wearing a mask (and commenting on how great people look in them), getting a test before visiting family on Thanksgiving, and getting another booster. Because the fifth one will undoubtedly succeed if the fourth one does not.

TSA posted on their Twitter account, “We’re letting the cat out of the bag on a hiss-toric find. This CATch had our baggage screening officers @JFKairport saying, “Come on meow”! Feline like you have travel questions, reach out to our furiends @AskTSA. They’re available every day, from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (ET).”

Three images of the agents finding the cat in the checked bag were also included in the post.

The traveler who owned the bag informed TSA agents that the cat belonged to someone else in his family, according to TSA Spokesperson Lisa Farbstein, who tweeted more details on the discovery.

The TSA website states that although there are specific guidelines that differ from airport to airport, small pets are permitted to pass through security checkpoints but should never pass through an X-ray tunnel.

TSA revealed earlier this month that officers at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport discovered a handgun concealed inside a whole, raw chicken.


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